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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 September 1887

&&: vV, is-WHf KEPTJBLTO, SATURDAY EVE1STLNTG SEPTEEBER 1 1887. I AMUSEMENTS. OMS MlillT IIM.V, MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 19. First appearance In Springfield ol n DO IIa mPiirrrijtui uuuuiruui afi'rar aoc In tbr cbmrmotf rot Juliet, tarn cr&u1 re Tlrml of ihktpir'tut)llme lovetraetnly. Romeo and Juliet With thc same m&ciilflcent costumes and propertira employed In MIm Mather' un rfwedriiteti runoIstnttMn cunecutlvt weeks at the l nlon quare Theater. IN MB. MILKS I.EMCK, MK. rKKDKUK K rAVLDINO, MRS. SOI- SMITH, And the entire Union Square Theater Co , New York. AdmlMlon.eSc.liic. 75c and 51. 5eati on sale onan4Hfter riiday. evt lb. at Tierce Hook More. NEW HATS! CORRECT FALL STYLES. -ALSU, TIIK- BROADWAY SILK HAT hAj . Hatter and Furnisher, 5 Main Street. Eist ANDCURERSOFTHE Champion Brand SUGAR CURED HAMS, SHOULDER and BACON. PURE LEAF LARD! Far Family 17m. W.Grant'sSons 1 6 E. High Street. 73 AM) 75 EAST JLUSi ST. HARDWARE! MANTELS, GRATES, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, GLASS, O...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 September 1887

apBWLiMJif mm : REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 17 1887. m m :4 .s THE NEW SOUTH AS SHE IS TO BE SHOWN AT THE COMING ATLANTA EXPOSITION. Interview with llnrj W. 4. rail t, Ulio SWlirr In tlie 1 uturr of the South Without Krwrif-Tlip ImltMtlou t President 1 1 elml Mhr Mftttfrn. (j"Cial Correal KiiJeno 1 ATLANTA, Gil, Sept 12 The M,liil.tlt of th south continue to vup tin whole .attention of her jfojle. Stno the almost magical gnwth of cttie In th mineral ve toou here, the jplcare takuithe nuirv re cent developments as a matter .f oour ami iiute-ui of TtotiilVrinK what is coming next, they are looking aWml to v if thnir own BMighbnrhootl will not div01 soiiih of tlie treasure which hae built up tbt prvnt in dustrial center of outhera iNpuUtion The activity j ust now re ml ud one of a party of be hunter after houey. lmlee.1, the mineral section of the t-mlh fefiits to be a Tantable beehire, where capital, as an em player of brain and Miiew, i delving into the honeycomb of the Ajvi...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 September 1887

$)?& i?J"S wll IIIWWIUIIIM mi hi mnvnTim - -. "" ' ..inT-ir-i'""- "-" REPUBLIC, SATUHPAT EVEXiyG SEPTEMBER IT 1887. IS- A 4 I WILLIAM E. CRAMER. THE BLIND AND DEAF EDITOR A WESTERN PAPER. OF Itcmarkahl II l tors of a ltrmarkahl Man1loir lie Lot Two liuortant SnwIIU Won.lrrfnl Mmiorjr 111 Experience nt the Slece of l'arl. l!pcial vVmsspondrius? Milwaukee. Wit, fcs-j't. H It wa curly in the )ut Mimnirr that illiam K. Cranwr evlelnatwl tbe fortieth nunuersary if Ills editorship of The Kiriun Wi consul, f which lien s-imiir lie 14 also miiioi proprietor This venerable iiimii 11 the rnt rrmarLabl? & well as llie ol iet neu.iiHT nmi in tbe wtst. He ly totall) blind, ailii ks lira-total!) deaf as any one can well be, ainl ft lie ismieof the smartest, shrewdest mrvtt Industnousaud best iwsted uewpat?r men in the country lie works as hsni, reails an 1 writes as nnuli, and kee closer olilce hours, in all pi oliabihu , tliau an) other new.aper man in the city. Of course it i neces-arj ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 September 1887

- 'in Efer-w.,4-- : v sr-nr - m makvvtmfmmmc REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17. 1887. "WE ARE SECURING THE LARGEST .AJSTTJ KANDSOIMEST STOCK OF CARPETS, LACE CURTAINS, WINDOW SHADES, OIL CLOTHS Etc., which we will sell at the lowest possible prices. We buy nothing but first-class goods. No job lots and seconds kept by us. JONES & SON, COB. MAIN AND LIMESTONE. JllW El OHf " PURE. Used btthe United States ("overnnent Fn dorsed by the beads of the Urest I nlve-sltu s a theMroncest. Purest, and most Healthful Dr Price' the only Halting Powder that does Dot contain Ammonia. Lim" or Alum oId """"PRICE BUflViI POVTIIEK CO. ji-r Tim. CHlClbO sr win. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FREE A1IVEKTI1INO. OH AND AFTKH Today the Sprintfe'd P-tit. Rirrauc will Insert ueh "ads as ' "Lost." "For Rent." "For - lie etc .in this colamn one time free, three times for twenty T cents. an1 six Um tarWv cents TUK-FRIUFIK'-I,'ll-B CO Maj23.S7. WANTED ltTiVTVh-A ntsee "to work mornings IT etenlngs In a hoarding ho...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 September 1887

s&?--r -"'-t -sg. ar . mwvah -i jetiw-.- ".- - v. -r - 1?gWrr.sr.T7- sra!swwevffffsfaWlt1: . -r , - THE GREAT LOCAL NEWSIUrBIt. VOL. XXXIII NO. 222. BEAD BY 15,000 PATKONS DAILY. SPRINGFIELD, 0., MONDAY .EVENING, MClTI-iMBER 1!). 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. JntjjgfMft K WEATHER FACTS. I . v HH1M1T.IT. -CM 14 -flM I I jf Warmer.threatenlngweather I ", Springfield, O., Sept. 17, 1887. S. S. School suit suits school. It suits the mother, too, when she brings the boy to us to get a school suit, for she pays one profit less for it than she would have to pay anywhere else in this market. Saves big ; also suits the boy, for in our array of School Suits we have all the styles that are going, plaited or plain front jackets,, belted or "all buttoned down before," knee pants or long legs, and all these in Cassimeres, Cordu roys and English Worsteds. School Stockings. We have these for the boys in all sorts. A gray mixed article is a par ticularly good and serviceable thing. Bring the boys and f...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 September 1887

""" ,MfMlr" L..JiU! fcEPfJBLIC, MONDAY EVEatPfG, SEPTKMSER 10. 1887. vsa vx i 4f il ..-3M KIRKS AK.VteK.ttJ RussiaN The only liraml of Laundry Soap awanltil a Crt Lis initial at tlio Kcw Oilraiv. Eitloiu (lUarnn tevel alolut ly ie.re ami for piue-ral Iiou-Loltl iurRics ii the voiy bes SOAR Springfield Republic EYEMXU AMI WEEKLY; Tlir III PI 111 10 print tlir ew torVaol et nil UmmLIdI Trc lll.p.lrhr. l thr Itritrr 1 Mr l orris.) Trlrcrnm. C St. MCHOL. rRkS DLT tiiii. ;. IIROWN. sec't AMI TUFA. SPBiSGFIELiL PliGUSMRG GDMPI1Y. Publis and Proprietors. TRK KVKMXU KKl'l llt.lC Is publllbnJ rT-n eTciitrii. ex-t MindnT. nd li delly ered at me rate ot 10c. lrr wk. Slaglr copies 1c THIS wrrKLT KrTtBUC It pnbllhll eTfn TliuriliiT. and 1 one of tbe mostcum plete taailly newspai-" In tbe country: elitht taie. markets complete. Repiete with news and miscellany. II per year. lnrarUMT casb In alvance. All rooitinnlntloni ana contribution Ihould be aadrv-d to Clifton M ic-hiil. editor, and all busin...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 September 1887

in n 111 t0tm MSM Sfe REPUBLTC, MONDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 10 1887. r,V.rygffaflgSaSfSv r A--3H SBBBBBSr AMUSEMENTS. U.SK MIUUT OJtLt, MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 19. First appearance In Springfield of Who v. 111 make her eight hundredth appear ance in the character of Juliet. In a erand re vival of Shakspeare's sublime love tragedy. Romeo and Juliet With the same magnificent costumes and properties employed In Miss .Mather's un precedented run of seventeen consecutive weeks at the 1'nlon Square Theater, N. Y. MK.MII.ES 1.KV1CK. MR. rBKUEKICK PAULDING, Mil!. SOI- SMITH, And the entire 1'nlon Square Theater Co., New York. A Amission. 2rc. ftvr. T.lcand $1. Scats on tale on aud after Friday. Sept. 16. at I'lercc's Hook Store. Luxuriant Hair Can only le preserved by keeping the acalp clean, cool, and trea from dan druff, and the body In healthful condition. The great popularity of Ayer's Hair Vigor is due to the fact that it cleanses the scalp, promotes the growth of the hair, prevents it from...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 September 1887

EEPTJBUO, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 19. 1887. i '1 vi M - 'li aft 4JKI V.t $1 .-Ml StkW) --. Lwfr" 1 m m NEW FULL STOCK OF CROCKERY NOW IIEKE. CHEAPEST IN THIS CITY. Stop and see the Hew Auto matic Extension HANGING LAMPS. ta$y VvWCfr BAROAIM STORES, lluitMWMtlalltudMlMlaW- ket St., MprtnctUld. O. NEW HATS! CORRECT FALL STYLES. tUMMHK- BROADWAY SILK HAT Hatter and Furnisher, 5 East Main Street. "PEOPLE'S C0LUMN7 FREE ADTEKTISIKO. OV AND rrKRTodTtheSprlncflrtaptt.t. -Lost." "For Rent." "For Mile." , In tell eolnmn one ttrae tree, three times tor twentf- Bre cent,, u. . 7.&mb PUB- CO. XUtZUWT. WANTED. TTTVTEl-5.oa riri to do ctnerl house. work. In.jalre at SB Clifton atreet, Z2 TITTF.I-5lrl-Co!ore4 irirl for eeneral If 1 house orn. In a small f amlly. references required. Ian at i.a aomn s-pnm; Elb WAXTED-rhe people to leave their order" at the Springfield seed Co. corner of Main and Llmeitone.for pumpianct repalrtni of all kind. :it' WxNTED To be addressed tiy achool direc tor in...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 20 September 1887

-atrr-?-?& --: "---- -"3 -,?-- -"""JS ;rKWrffaaB?B5f --- vt, - t 3cSi miu aaaliJrfjia nmwwtiwiiMMi aiiiwiiwBBgrtteSrti aite JR. THE 6BGAT LOCAL N,3WJSIAI. - HEAD BY 15,000 PATRONS D.ULY. VOL. XXXIII NO. 22: SPKDSGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVENING, SEITEMUER 20. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. &&& ' .-i?S3Lr ' - i i wttMfc. ntififiew 3 B li 1$ t tfr WEATHER FACTS. m IB WAHRiawv.sVpt. 20 Ohio Warmer, f Air weather. Springfield, O., ) Sept. 20, 18S7. J TO SAVE YOUR LIFE That is to wear proper un derwear. You may change your outer garments as fancy or fashion may dictate, but when you come to undc .-wear it is a serious matter. To be properly clothed therewithal is to secure the secret of good health. We look after this important part of apparel with as great care as we do that other part which, worn upon the outside, is seen and hence generally held to be the more import ant. We have Underwear of every description, from 25c a garment up. We have every size. We sell them at whole sale p...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 20 September 1887

gjgfej i, ,,,1. , ,,,,, I,-,, wnjM- im, IL m it iiiwOTMjimj , . ftEKTBLtO, TtftiSDAY EV33OTG, SEPTJCMBEK 20, 1887, aa w -.-.. s, 4 4SI KIRKS WHITE BiissiaN The only braiul of Laumlry Soap juvanhil a tiit cl.i-i medal at tho New Orleans Kxnltla:L Guanm ti! alwilutcly -uiv, ami for general himsclioM iun-a is the very bes priugttiiti Republic EVEMNU AXD WEEKLY: Thr Kl rrni.IC i-rlal. Ihr New tori ai4 Wt rra l.s. lilr.l I'rr.. UNpatrhr aid the Bratrr CaMr 'tirrlnTrlicram. NICHOLS. rac:DKT. TIKIS. I). BKX Slf'V AND THUS. SPBIICFIELO Publii PlieilSHliC C0MP11T. and Proprietors. THR ITCMNII KKI-I IU.IC ll pabllthfd nrir.fii4 M(Ut SundlT. Knd ll dellT- wd t me rxte ol 10c. per week. Single copies ic THE WK.KKl.Y RKtTIIHC ll published eTerv Thuradar. aud Is one ot the moat com- nlotM fxmllv newanalierfl In the COUntrY : eicnt paces, market complete. Kepiete with news and miscelianr. II per fear, InvarUblf cash In advance. All communications and contributions should be addreed to Curnn M- Xic...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 20 September 1887

" S ftvsg.ia3ESgSg5gSS? 'J i.iniWie,-rff-vnnrfcs?.T ostvas ummlibij i'WiiiMiiliiiTniM jtwuc REPUBLIC, TtXESD ATI EVENING SEPTEMBER 20 1887. ' a- VL KASKINE THE NEW quiNLVE. ClfES EDODIPPETITE, 111 STflEIETH QUIET IEBVES. HIPPY BUS, , WEET SLEEP. A fOM KKFUL TOXIC That the most delicate stomach will bear. A SPEC1MC FOR XALAKIA, KHEUXATISX, NERVOUS PROSTRA TION aad all Mens Disease. THE MOsT MMKNTIFIC AND SUCCESS FUL BLOOM ITltlr IEK, Superior tociululue. Kev. m. Lucas. Kector tirace Church, lla- .ruufcu.wm -i cordially endorse has kino as twine Just what youelatra.an excellent substitute for iiulalne.wlth none of Its ta4 effects. Jin. Lucaa had a serious form of ma laria, and was confined to her bed for months, kasklne had her up and around lu a fen davs. and In a short time cured her." The Agentot kkIEhas on Public Ex. hltiltlon a remarkable M N IklN.or model of the human bodv. showing thestomarh. Heart. Lungs. Liver, spleen. Kidney and the other organs and parts In Ilealth and In D...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 20 September 1887

imwimitjmuMi gpff 3. 4 err. HEPTTBLIO, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER SO. 1887. - If i?il -u 33 :-i 5-i '1 4 - si IEH FULL STOCK OF TCu CROCKERY KOW HERE. CHEAPEST IN THIS CITY. Stop aad see tbe sew Auto matic Extension HANGING LAMPS. tnfr$y VvWC' MRaAM STORES, 1 ud Wast Main St. ud M sash Mar ket SU, Bprlmgfl.ld, O. NEW HATS! CORRECT FALL STYLES. -si -SO, TUK- BROADWAY SILK HAT Hatter and Furnisher. 5 East Main Street. PEOPLES COLUMN. FKEK ADTEKTIBINO. 0 V 1) AFTER Today t be SpHaffleld DaiLi. Rirrsue will tnsensucn; ao "t r.ot.""Pnr Rent." " For J-aie. "&. m. eolamn one time fre. three time lor tweBtr Ore cents, and j... goKSStSt. CO. May3.1ST. WANTED. TC ANTED K good boy to take eare of bones f T and run erranas. Add1 at Cottage Baa- E3a WsNTEn Hoard and rooms for IB students, atSWOorMXC per week. Nelson's Col- lege. WANTED Situation as a wet-nurse, by a stout, healthy woman Address. "" care of mall carrier No 12. " WVNTED To first-class wood turners ply at II. C. vriseman'a. eas...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 September 1887

Eg--- v- -:.-:-. -"- :fcsseg -:- trtxta&&tt$ i .- -aT- ..? ? waaaiaa mini urn if nmi'tWB aita IteptiMfc. 1KL.V1 BY THE GREAT LOCAL NEWSPA 11CI. 15,000 PATBON8 DAILY. SPRDJGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEITEMJJER 21. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 224. ytittfifiew f 5- WEATHER FACTS. P WahiiivnTOV.Setit. 21 Ohio: t'oMer. llrht locl ratns. MI- lowed by rliini: temperature. Springfield, O., ) Sept. 20, 1887. J TO IE YOUR LIFE That is to wear proper un derwear. You may change your outer garments as fancy or fashion may dictate, but when you come to underwear it is a serious matter. To be properly clothed therewithal is to secure the secret of good health. We look after this important part of apparel with as great care as we do that other part which, worn upon the outside, is seen and hence generally held to be the more import ant. We have Underwear of every description, from 25c a garment up. We have every size. We sell them at whole sale prices. That is, you can buy them of us lower th...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 September 1887

SHEsed. "rpvzl &Z2&&&1 zjmuwwwf'unwjim 3 REPUBLIC, "WEDNESDAY EVEKISTG, SEPTEMBER 21, 1887. g&EU83332SeggEgga&& - 'HJ T?w.lf S I x -if KIRKS WHITE A Sl&SYaMtk KfX'C C vxsvmtf Hu S5IAH The only braiiil of Laumlty Soap awarded a lirt class meeUl at tho New Orleans EiMtioii, Guaran tevelalwilutelj ,iure, ainl for general IiotL-eliold puqONUs U lliu iry 's Jfrpriugficld Republic EYEXINtt AM) tTEEELT; Tkf I! PI T.I ir prial. t he ew Tork oil VOt era lNfjtrl Pre Hhpatrkn and tar Kratrr ( aMe (i rrlaa) Trlrizraai. C. M. MCIIOLS, rae dim THO. (. TtROWN, SIC'r AlTRi;A1. SPSISCFIELO FU8L1SH1HG GQMP1IT, Publis and Proprietor. the KvrxiNO itei't 111.1c li puMlthed every evening eicept Sunday, and Is dell v. ered at tue rte j1 IPc. per week. Single copies 2c THK WKFKI.T KKPCIU.IC ll published ever Thursday, and Is one of tne most com plete family newspapers In the country; elaht pases, markets complete. Repiete rlth news and miscellany. II Pr rear. Invariably cash...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 September 1887

BMRtSTfcf, ScsS JiSSjSiSStptT;w,M HiH'iO'TWdMfflffil'iUCKWUWS REPUBLIC, AVEEOTSBATjrraNIKSEITEJtBEn 21 1887. Ksr3lr St- ? L Mi a AMUSEMENTS. onkIuciht oxlt, TUESDAY EVNG, SEPT. 27. A picturesque perfsrmsnre.presentlng the strongest nielo-drauia ol the age, entitled: In (our acta, by the celebrated English writers. en- Conquest and Henry I'ettltt. authon of The World." "In the Ranka." "Taken from Life." etc preaented by Mina Crolins and W. L. Gleason And a Dramatic Company or rare excel lence. with realistic Scenery, prepared ex presslyby L. W. seavy. of Xew York, pre tentincthe FAM0U3 "LOCK" SCENE Popular Prices. Seat at Plerca'a. Mexican War Veteran The wianderful efflciacy of Swift's Specific as a remedy and cur for rtoeumsUsra and all blond dls Nwes ha nerer bad a more ciuplcuoas lUustrattoa than this caw affords. Tba candid, unsolicited and emphatic testimony given by the TntnI gentle man most be accepted as cohtIdcIbc and roneluslr. The writer Is a rtrvrolntent dtisen of JHssls...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 September 1887

mmmmmmmmmmm EEFtJBtIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 21. 1887. J NASGIMENTO'S FINE DERBYS SILK HATS, ALL LEADING BLOCKS OZETIX- .A.T BAISTCROFT'S, 4 EAST 3STAT35T STREET. wta SS3&1 jtia TO i '"syg'h rii PEACHES! Concord, Delaware art Catawba GRAPES! Direct from the Ialaads, daily. anaam stores, llud3 WMlHslalkud Wlntkr. ket SU. Sprln-fl.ld, O. NEW HATS! CORRECT FALL STYLES. -VLSU. TBI BROADWAY SILK HAT Hatter and Foralsher, JUIh Street East PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WWTF.n To be addressed by schoc - t ... ... (u.hM rhA has school dlrec- tnvan ably been successful as an Instructor and dls clpllnarian. upt. Schools, t-prlngfield. u- TTT NTEn-Boy. for offlce. Must write a -.' ..... nX Mm well recommended Wages .mall to becln with. Boy between the UK otlS and SI years Preferred, sddress. In i own hsnd writinc. Lock Boi 537. City P. O. WATEI-To rent a house of 4 or 5 r by a young couple. Address Box an WAXTED-M AN'-To take the raci( our sates, sire -tIS1S Inches; weight SW lbs: retail ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 September 1887

i.-jXS,' ' '""SW - -WBMJNr- -, WffBW.'gBjBMgaJaw lSTrfM li!W xm1r?r';,ai'r jfttfgcjg.toiiiilwlwi-nniJwiwww'i' 5TwTvJWHSEHF,- w V feSfJ ssa-! aito ftemiMfa. II EAD HY THE GBEAT LOCAL ijnttfi 15,000 r A-TPxtQiVH 1,ULY. NEWSP-VPICR. SPRINGFIELD, 0., THURSDAY EVENING, SEFPE.CBER 2-2, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 225. fMfi - uv. r &S&9 "S- 'i WEATHER FACTS. P WiaaiscTox.FeDt. S. Oht (itder. threatening weather, tth rain, followed on trlday by slightly warmer, clearlni: earner. Springfield, Om 1 Sept. 22, 1887. J TO IE YOUR LIFE That is to wear proper un derwear. You may change your outer garments as fancy or fashion may dictate, but when you come to underwear it is a serious matter. To be properly clothed therewithal is to secure the secret ol good health. We look after this important part of apparel with as great care as we. do that other part -which, worn upon the outside, is seen and hence generally held to be the more import ant. We have Underwear of every descripti...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 September 1887

REPUBLIC, THURSDAY EVESING, SEPTEMBER 22. 1887. 1 ' .v 5l '-: i -.' i - . W m. . iv' jrj mmmmm '"-S- KIRKS 1 WHITE RussiaN Thc may brana of Laundry fcoap awarded a lirs-t clavs initial at tlio New Orleans ISxixK-itinn. Cuaran-taxlaWluU-lyirmv, ami for Ritii'ral liousihold purrs '' t the yep" Iks SOAR jSpriugfirtcl Republic EYEXINH AI WEEKLY; Tkf KErrm.if irit tin- tv i w r Awlitf.l fr... Iliptrhr Ike Umtrr CM (I'arrin) Trlrr. C. M NICHOIS. tIKI'Kt. TIKIS. !. BROWN, 8C'ViDTKKS. SPIIICFIEL9 PilBLISHIIC G0MP1IT, Publit and Proprietors. TBI TKMtXa KEI'ITIILIC Is publish Terr ewilns except Sunday, and U (telly red at tne rate ol 10c. per week. Single copies 2c THE WEKKLT KEFCIIMC If puMlShM erery Thursday, and Is one of the moit com plete finally newspapers In the country, eleht p&Kes. markets complete. Repiete with news and inlscrilany. II per ter. InyarUbly cub in advance. All communications and contributions Should be addressed to Curroit M. ichol. editor, and aU business letters ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 September 1887

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Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 September 1887

-3L tiSPSsn&s&asasG&ii '-rTwwfeaswcK SSaWBWMpBaBKPilBpp BEPUBUO, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22. 1887. -?1" ""'sasaajsafaaasefesint wfcirrttTir'iiriSPIBHfc a?'"' t - 5- ri ? v.- Ji -;iir. 1 M I '1 t9R (inn I Wh0,esa,e LUUUU. mrt PEACHES! CoBcord, Delaware and Catawba GRAPES! Direct from the Islands, daily. hfrSey vvWCfr arbain stores. 1 mad OS Wast Slats St. aad 40 Soaia Ma ket St., Springfield, O. HATS! HATS! All the Leadlar Fall Styles at Prices that Pleate. Hatter and Furnisher, 5 East Main Street PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FREE ADVERTIBIKO. OV AND AFTIR Today the Sprlncflsld Dull RrciiLicwllllnsertsuch"ads"aWants' "Lost." "For Rent." "For Sale." etc . In tola eolumn one time free, three times for twenty flre eents, and six times for fifty cents. THE SPRIHOFIKLD PUB. CO. .MayZ3.1MT.- WANTED. WAXTEO-CIerks and mechanics to know that night school opens October 3d. Tui tion: Writing. 510: arithmetic, spelling and uritlnc. : bookkeeping, arithmetic and writing. Sii. One-half down, ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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